An error occurred while saving the commentAnnette Lucas commented
I have just started having this problem. I shoot video on a Panasonic AG HMC 150 video camera, AVCHD format. The file that is brought in to Adobe is .MTS. I had never had an issue importing this file directly until I upgraded to Mac OS Catalina and started using Premiere Pro v 14.0. I read several forums that said to convert the MTS file to MOV via Adobe encoder. Which I tried. Audio seems okay, but as soon as you delete a clip from the timeline, all of the audio becomes out of sync. The clips play perfectly fine in assembly, but not on the timeline. I also read a forum that said to delete the .xml files that Adobe creates in your folder (which should never happen) and reboot. My original folder created in the camera, which I copied to my desktop has also been altered by Adobe. It no longer shows the BDMV folder, or the folders within that folder, clipinf, playlist or stream. I can't even figure out where Adobe put those .xml files to delete.
I am beyond frustrated as I can no longer edit anything on my macbook pro in Adobe. I might as well go bay to Final cut.